Easter Traditions in Other Countries
Australia No rabbits here, companies make chocolate bilbies for Easter,
with proceeds benefiting the endangered animals.
Corfu, Greece To welcome spring, people throw pots, pans and other
earthenware out of their windows, smashing them on the street.
Finland In this country, children dressed like witches with made-up faces
and scarves around their heads, carrying feathered willow twigs,
beg in the streets for chocolate eggs.
Haux, France On Easter Monday, a giant omelet, made of 4500 eggs and
feeding 1000 people, is served up in the town's main square.
Hungary On Easter Monday ("Ducking Monday"), boys playfully sprinkle
perfume or perfumed water on girls and ask for a kiss.